Wood Joinery In Addition To Using The Router To Help Make Traditional Joints You Can Use The Router And A Single Bit To Make Unique Joints That Solve Specific Joinery Issues
Wood joinery in addition to using the router to help make traditional joints you can use the router and a single bit to make unique joints that solve specific joinery issues is post about Magazine bookmarked by dennis with ID 13968458538 was uploaded on 26-03-2019 and has been viewed 215,955 times.
Lock Mitre The Lock Mitre is a good example.Made with a Lock Mitre bit, you can create joints in box construction that don't show end grain and are much stronger than traditional mitre joints due to the larger glue surface and the interlocking characteristics.
The Lock Mitre bit is available at most woodworking stores, and is very easy to use in a router table.However it should never be used hand-held.The bit creates two mating edges using the same set-up.It's trial and error the first time you do it, so be sure to have some scrap stock of the same thickness as your project pieces to test the set-up.
Once you have it set-up, you can rout scrap pieces to use as set-up blocks the next time you use the bit.Lock mitre bit To set-up the bit, you need to set the height of the bit and the router fence to create matching edges.
Set the bit so that the centre of the bit's height is aligned with the centre of the work piece, flat on the router table.Set the fence so that it is aligned with the point where the top surface of the work piece meets the router...